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Day 2 - February 17, 2015

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Maybe it is because of security that there isn't published a detail program. In stead it seems that the court will publish an article about some of the activities that happened during the day

http://kongehuset.dk...i-afar-regionen

Rough Google translations

During his trip to Ethiopia Crown Princess today Tuesday, February 17, 2015 visited a community in Afambo district and a hospital in the Afar region in northeastern Ethiopia, where female circumcision is widespread.

During his visit to the community in Afambo district participated Crown Princess in a Community Dialogue meeting where a variety of community members discuss how issues related to female genital mutilation and child marriage can be prevented. By extension, attended the Crown Princess in a women's group in which women are circumcised and married at an early age, gather and share their experiences.

Crown Princess subsequently visited the local school and greeted a girl club for 12-18-year-old schoolgirls. In the club share schoolgirls experiences and get advice and guidance on youth.

Later in the day visited the Crown Princess woman hospital Mille Maternity Hospital in Afar Region, offering health services to girls and women suffering from complications of circumcision. At the visit, Crown Princess an introduction to the hospital and was subsequently shown around and talked to some of the patients at the hospital. The hospital is run by the Afar Pastoralist Development Associaton (APDA), a local partner of the United Nations Population Fund and UNICEF's efforts to combat FGM in Afar region.

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Maybe it is because of security that there isn't published a detail program. In stead it seems that the court will publish an article about some of the activities that happened during the day

I was wondering about this too and decided to do a search:

https://www.gov.uk/f...advice/ethiopia

"Red areas: Advice against all travel"

Yesterday they visited Gambela, which is in the red zone and today the Afambo/Afar region, which also seems to be

in the red area in the region bordering Djibouti and Eritrea.

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